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Los Borbones

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Dynasty reigning in Spain from the eighteenth century to the present (with 3 brief interruptions, the last one, in the dictatorship of Francisco Franco), the Bourbons have left their mark on the art and architecture of the entire city of Madrid. From the Royal Palace, passing by the today called Art Promenade, with its large avenues surrounded by trees and interrupted by beautiful fountains dedicated to gods and goddesses of Greek mythology, to, of course, the great collection of the Prado Museum, whose doors were open to the public by one of the kings of this dynasty, Ferdinand VII. In it, we will focus in transcendental works of European art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with Goya at the head.


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